Starting this summer, the Harvard Business School in Boston will combine two of Marius Nacht‘s Israeli medical projects with their prestigious curriculum.
The Israeli medical DayTwo start-up developed a technology for personal nutrition recommendations to balance blood sugar levels. The company creates a personal profile for its customers based on blood tests, lifestyle, and DNA regulation of the intestinal bacterial composition. Their artificial intelligence algorithm was developed on the basis of research conducted at the Weizmann Institute and in collaboration with Eran Segal and Eran Elinav. DayTwo will learn as an example of a practical business application of breakthrough in academia and collaboration with athletes, nutritionists and other factors to reach new audiences.
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Zebra Medical developed an artificial intelligence platform for the analysis of larvae testing that significantly shortens diagnosis time and thus enables faster and more efficient treatment of patients. The company will learn as an example of the use of advanced artificial intelligence technology for continuous improvement of capabilities.
Marius Nacht, one of Check Point’s founders, has invested in recent years directly and indirectly in dozens of innovative medical projects. In 2016, he set up a $ 100 million investment fund in the biomed sector, through which his activity expanded.
The integration of the DayTwo program into the Harvard curriculum is based on a research paper that examined the establishment of the company and its development in Israel and abroad, the establishment of the marketing and distribution network for private and institutional clients, the creation of relationships with medical institutions and effective exposure inefficient ways.
According to Lihi Segal, CEO of DayTwo, bringing the story of the startup into the curriculum of the world’s leading academic institution is a great honor for all those who took part in the important project. Custom foods that help to balance your blood sugar levels without compromising their health.